[ UK /ˈɛntəpɹˌa‍ɪz/ ]
[ US /ˈɛnɝˌpɹaɪz, ˈɛntɝˌpɹaɪz/ ]
NOUN
  1. readiness to embark on bold new ventures
  2. an organization created for business ventures
    a growing enterprise must have a bold leader
  3. a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness)
    he had doubts about the whole enterprise
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How To Use enterprise In A Sentence

  • The overall seaminess of that enterprise is so underreported that just last week, one of the Post's own reporters felt like they had to obtain a quote in order to get the dictionary definition of "lobbyist" into their story. Peter Orszag's Move From The White House To Citigroup Should Definitely Trouble You
  • In the first instance the government was aiming to foster a private sector in small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Finishing beef on grass presents a unique challenge to this re-emerging enterprise.
  • The editors of BLACK ENTERPRISE recognize that philanthropy is the giving of money, time, and talent.
  • During the take-over battle the stock quotations of both enterprises rose so that an investor would have to wait several hundred years to finance the purchase price of the shares from the present level of profits.
  • What began as a rubber tyre and components importer in the late 1980s has now grown to a serious farm machinery enterprise based around its "remanufactured" low-hour second hand North Queensland Register - Front Page
  • The outer lobbies of these enterprises often feature murals depicting satellite launches, jet travel, or electronic laser shows.
  • Communications among individuals are often blocked legally by governments and illegally by enterprises to protect competitive advantages.
  • Philosophy aims only at the truth, not at mere persuasion regardless of truth, which is a dubious enterprise in both its intentions and its methods.
  • Joint enterprises are free to use and organize labour as they see fit, but they must conform to Soviet labour laws. Inside Perestroika: The Future of the Soviet Economy
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